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Sketches

Christian Bale Script Meeting

Christian Bale Script Meeting

(PG-13: Language) Actor Christian Bale is known for his almost insane level of dedication to his roles, especially his ability to lose and gain insane amounts of weight for some roles. In this sketch from Dogfood, Bale insists on messing with his diet, regardless of the part.

Diamond Tracker

Diamond Tracker

(PG-13: Language) Diamonds are supposed to be a girl’s best friend, but we also know that they have no real value. Extremely Decent parodies Domino’s Pizza Tracker app to reveal exactly what sort of horrible stuff is going on when you order a diamond for your girlfriend.

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Painting with Joan

Painting with Joan

(PG-13) It takes a moment to build, but Jack Henry Robbins‘ sketch eventually goes way off the rails, as Reno 911’s Kerry Kenney gets good and weird as a public television painting instructor. Want more retro craziness? Support the VHYes! project on Kickstarter.

Call Me

Call Me

A man is excited to score a girl’s phone number at a party, but he gets way more when he bargained for when he attempts to call to ask her out. An truly amusing parody of modern dating from the guys at Extremely Decent.

Magic Spoon

Magic Spoon

“It’s either summoning a cake… or charging a death beam.” Funnymaker TomSka presents a hilarious sketch about a man who discovers a spoon that possesses mysterious powers and shows it off to his friend – with some interesting results.

The Facebook Sad Story Guy

The Facebook Sad Story Guy

We all know someone like the sad clown in this twisted CollegeHumor sketch. You know, the dark soul who insists on only posting somber and heartbreaking stuff on their Facebook feed? Dude, they make anti-depressants for this sort of thing.

Graphite Portraits of Friends

Graphite Portraits of Friends

Thomas Cian is a Milan-based artist with a lot of great sketches to show but it’s these incredibly life-like graphite portraits that he’s done in his Friendsbook, a moleskine dedicated to drawing friends, that really show the depth of his talent.

Anamorphic Drawings

Anamorphic Drawings

Hungarian artist István Orosz takes anamorphic drawing to another level by hiding images that can only be seen with the help of a special reflective object in seemingly ordinary drawings.

Keep Drawing

Keep Drawing

Doodling is one of mankind’s ultimate forms of personal expression. Korea’s Studio Shelter reminds us in their short film that no matter what might come your way, Keep Drawing.

Architects’ Sketchbooks

Architects’ Sketchbooks
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Check out the humble beginnings of some of the most complex architectural endeavors in Architects’ Sketchbooks. The book features preliminary sketches and insight from 85 of the world’s best.

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